Google Latest Android Features get these updates


Google unveiled seven new Android features for various applications like Meet, Home, Messages, and Wear OS. A standout among these updates is the capability to edit RCS messages within 15 minutes after sending them. Unlike previous announcements at Google I/O 2024, where certain features were exclusive to Pixel smartphones, these additions are anticipated to be accessible across a wide range of Android devices and regions. However, availability of some features may be subject to regional limitations.

RCS Messaging :-

Google recently revealed in a blog post that it's introducing a feature allowing users to edit RCS messages up to 15 minutes after sending them. This functionality will be accessible through Google Messages, the company's text messaging application.

To edit a message, users can tap and hold on a sent RCS message, triggering the appearance of a new edit icon on the top banner. By tapping on this icon, users can modify their message, provided it was sent within the last 15 minutes, as specified by the company.

Device Switching & Hotspot Instantly :-

Google has announced upcoming features, including an 'instant hotspot' capability that allows users to connect a tablet or Chromebook to an Android smartphone's hotspot without manual password entry. Additionally, an update to Cross-Device Services will facilitate seamless switching between devices like smartphones, web browsers, or tablets during video calls.

Moreover, Android smartphones can now function as digital car keys, offering lock/unlock and vehicle start functionalities. Initially available for select MINI models, this feature will soon extend to Mercedes-Benz and Polestar vehicles.

Furthermore, users can control their smart devices via the Google Home Favorites widget on Android smartphones and the Google Home Favorites tile and complication on WearOS-powered